Training camp begins in two days at Dove Valley and the Broncos begin a new season with a new quarterback.
Peyton Manning—arguably the greatest quarterback of all-time—takes center stage as the Broncos' franchise quarterback and the near future. Who would have imagined back on that dark, cold January night in Foxboro when the Broncos lost 45-10 to the Patriots with Tim Tebow under center, that the Broncos would sign the biggest free-agent name in history?
Quickly after signing Manning to a five year, $98 million contract, the Broncos made their intentions clear of getting rid of Tebow. After flirting with the Jaguars a little bit, the Broncos ended up jettisoning Tebow to the Jets for a few draft picks.
Tebow led the Broncos to their most success in six years last season when Denver won their first divisional title and playoff game since 2005.
Having said that, the Broncos will have a whole different look with Manning under center, compared to when Tebow took center stage while leading the Broncos to comeback victory week after week.
Here are four things that Tim Tebow brought to the table that Peyton Manning does not.